I went to Winter Wonderland where ONE ride cost £27 and don't get me started on food… it all cost too much | The Sun

A WOMAN went to Winter Wonderland and spent £27 on one ride but said it was "worth it".

Emily Lockwood posted a video to TikTok sharing the cost of her evening out.

Despite the total being "too bloody much" the 23-year-old said it was worth every penny.

In the video shared to her thousands of followers, Emily revealed she bought mulled wine for £6.50 each, two trays of noodles for £24 and churros for £5.

Arguably reasonably priced for the London-based event, the cost of the rides left viewers shocked.

Emily claims to have spent around £30 on games and an eye-watering £22 just to go on the big wheel – plus a £5 fast track.


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Seen by nearly one million people, one user agreed it was worth the steep costs

They said: "I always say it's an expensive day but worth it. I love it there so much."

Meanwhile another person added: "I went there five times it's really good and worth it."

However one person said: "£6.50 for the tiniest little cup, this place is so overpriced don't care what anyone says."

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One person joked they were crying "in cost of living" as others dubbed the Hyde Park market as a rip off.

It comes after a mum claimed to have spent hundreds of pounds on the afternoon out.

The single mum, who goes by the name Chan, also posted a video to the social media.

In terms of rides, Chan went on the big wheel – which charged her £10 each – and ice skating for an expensive £15.50.

The Sun Online visited the market last week after an uproar about high food prices at Christmas events.

Two small bags of pick 'n' mix cost nearly £20, candy floss was £8 and a potato on a stick was £7.

The day would now cost parents around £40 to eat before you even have a drink or go on the rides.

One parent said: "[The] kids will have fun. Expensive yes, overpriced sure but do a few rides then leave and eat before you go that helps."

A breakdown of everything she spent

  • Entry – £7.50 each
  • Mulled wine – £6.50 each
  • Games – £30
  • Noodles – £24 for two trays
  • The big wheel – £22 plus £5 fast track
  • Churros – £5
  • Drinks – £13

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